|Contributions||Paldi History Committee.|
|LC Classifications||F1089.5.P28 M39 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||2001320527|
Paldi Remembered 50 Years in the Life of A Vancouver Island Logging Town (Book): Mayo, Joan. PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies , Autumn Paldi Remembered: By Joan Mayo. Paldi Remembered is a collection of stories and pictures that give tribute to a once bustling lumber mill and village on Vancouver Island. The author, Joan Mayo, is the daughter-in-law of the founder of Paldi, Mayo Singh. Mayo . Paldi Remembered: 50 Years in the Life of a Vancouver Island Logging Town: Mayo, Joan: Books - or: Joan Mayo.
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PALDI: Two Cultures, One Heart. likes 1 talking about this. There are two villages called Paldi, one in Punjab, India, and the other on Vancouver Island, Canada. The book is a story of the. Paldi Remembered is the story of Mayo Singh, a legend among Canadian Sikhs who became a successful businessman and community leader. The author, Joan Mayo, Mayo Singh's daughter-in-law, describes him as "a small man, no more than ^y in height and, more importantly, not into litigation once again. For First Nations peoples who are struggling to. PALDI: Two Cultures, One Heart eBook: Marsden, Kathy, Sheldon, Dania: : Kindle StoreAuthor: Kathy Marsden. "Inhabitants of Paldi and their next generations moved to other places in search of greener pastures." Deed has also interviewed Mayo Singh's family members, including his daughter-in-law Joan Mayo who has also authored a book "Paldi Remembered" to help preserve the local history of Paldi.